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city changed rather peacefully, compared to other american cities. >> thank you for welcoming us, it's a real honor and pleasure to be with you. thank you. >> thank you for coming. >> we're interested obviously to hear about your, to begin, about your mother. of course we'll want to hear much from you about your own experience directly. as you were right in the middle of all of what happened in the late '50s, early '60s here in oklahoma city. could i ask you to talk about your mother? >> i would love to. that's a good starting point. my mother has been an educator most of her life. she had an opportunity to teach at dungy high school, which is in spencer, oklahoma. some of us call the country. young people have never, ever had any opportunities to see anything but their immediate environment. mom wrote a play called brother president. the story of martin luther king jr. and the young dungy, were able to role it and produce the play. a guy by the name of herbert wright was here in oklahoma city and saw the play and invited the group of young people to the naacp national convention, to
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